name-your-god-n-bleed-the-freak:

I love you forever.

#layne  #lovely  
theonion:

Study: Human Hearing Most Acute When Listening To Arguing Parents From Top Of Stairs
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#haha yeah  
bagitupp:

OH FLEA WHY

bagitupp:

OH FLEA WHY

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#aww hehe  #flea  

dragonheartedrabbit:

"Waste of good ammo. It’s my privilege to buy you a replacement box."

"All self-respecting whites have a moral responsibility to support our growing number of martyrs to the failed experiment called diversity."

"I thank all Police, you are the ‘Thin Blue Line’ protecting normal Americans from aggressive and entitled primitive savages. America is surely at the tipping point."

Just a few quotes (in case it’s hard to read) from that collection of donation messages for Darren Wilson.

Does anyone else want to say it’s not about race?

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Mother fucking shit

Mother fucking shit

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#how much does a new fucking snare cost  
ancientpeoples:

Letter from Tushratta to Amenhotep III
Mitannian, about 1370-1350 BCFrom Tell el-Amarna, Egypt
This clay tablet is part of a collection of 382 cuneiform documents discovered in 1887 in Egypt, at the site of Tell el-Amarna. They are mainly letters spanning a fifteen- to thirty-year period. The first dates to around year 30 of the reign of Amenhotep III (1390-1352 BC), and the last to no later than the first year of the reign of Tutankhamun (1336-1327 BC). The majority date to the reign of Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten) (1352-1336 BC), the heretic pharaoh who founded a new capital at Tell el-Amarna.
This letter is written in Akkadian, the diplomatic language of Mesopotamia at the time. It is addressed to Amenhotep III from Tushratta, king of Mitanni (centred in modern Syria). Tushratta calls the pharaoh his ‘brother’, with the suggestion that they are of equal rank. The letter starts with greetings to various members of the royal house including Tushratta’s daughter Tadu-Heba, who had become one of Amenhotep’s many brides. Diplomatic marriages were the standard way in which countries formed alliances with Egypt.
Tushratta goes on to inform Amenhotep that, with the consent of the goddess Ishtar, he has sent a statue of her to Egypt. He hopes that the goddess will be held in great honour in Egypt and that the statue may be sent back safely to Mitanni.
Three lines of Egyptian, written in black ink, have been added, presumably when the letter arrived in Egypt. The addition includes the date ‘Year 36’ of the king.
(Source: The British Museum)

ancientpeoples:

Letter from Tushratta to Amenhotep III

Mitannian, about 1370-1350 BC
From Tell el-Amarna, Egypt

This clay tablet is part of a collection of 382 cuneiform documents discovered in 1887 in Egypt, at the site of Tell el-Amarna. They are mainly letters spanning a fifteen- to thirty-year period. The first dates to around year 30 of the reign of Amenhotep III (1390-1352 BC), and the last to no later than the first year of the reign of Tutankhamun (1336-1327 BC). The majority date to the reign of Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten) (1352-1336 BC), the heretic pharaoh who founded a new capital at Tell el-Amarna.

This letter is written in Akkadian, the diplomatic language of Mesopotamia at the time. It is addressed to Amenhotep III from Tushratta, king of Mitanni (centred in modern Syria). Tushratta calls the pharaoh his ‘brother’, with the suggestion that they are of equal rank. The letter starts with greetings to various members of the royal house including Tushratta’s daughter Tadu-Heba, who had become one of Amenhotep’s many brides. Diplomatic marriages were the standard way in which countries formed alliances with Egypt.

Tushratta goes on to inform Amenhotep that, with the consent of the goddess Ishtar, he has sent a statue of her to Egypt. He hopes that the goddess will be held in great honour in Egypt and that the statue may be sent back safely to Mitanni.

Three lines of Egyptian, written in black ink, have been added, presumably when the letter arrived in Egypt. The addition includes the date ‘Year 36’ of the king.

(Source: The British Museum)

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asian:

thanks

asian:

thanks

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#woah  

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#amazing  

Geddy Lee taking the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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#idiot  #how can you be such a dork  

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superunknovvn:

It’s about trying to step out of being patterned and closed off and reclusive, which I’ve always had a problem with. It’s about attempting to be normal and just go out and be around other people and hang out. I have a tendency to sometimes be pretty closed off and not see people for long periods of time and not call anyone. It’s actually, in a way, a hopeful song. Especially the lines “One more time around/Might get it,” which is basically saying, “I tried today to understand and belong and get along with other people, and I failed, but I’ll probably try again tomorrow.” A lot of people misinterpreted that song as a suicide-note song. Taking the wordlive too literally. "The Day I Tried to Live" means more like the day I actually tried to open up myself and experience everything that’s going on around me as opposed to blowing it all off and hiding in a cave. - Chris Cornell

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#chris  
The ancient Egyptians were fucked up

The ancient Egyptians were fucked up

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#the woman who they're talking about was king tuts wife  #(also his sister)  
http://a-rational-libertarian.tumblr.com/post/95433957850/feelingravityspull-a-rational-libertarian

a-rational-libertarian:

feelingravityspull:

feelingravityspull:

a-rational-libertarian:

feelingravityspull:

grannybeards:

jackofallfandoms:

flightcub:

our next 44 presidents should be women

Your next 44 presidents should be people who can responsibly lead your country with minimal fuck ups regardless of…

wait what

Like what you implied with your statement

Wait hold on can you reiterate your last statement I’m not sure I understand

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